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Difficult to forecast future of the auto industry in Australia: Hirotec director MP3

Ford's closure will put 1,200 people out of work. The ACTU estimates that nine times that number of workers in associated auto industries will also face the sack. Exectuives from Hirotec, a Japanese car parts company, share their concerns about the longevity of manufacturing in Australia and a workforce whose skills may not be transferrable to other industries. Source: abc.net.au

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